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It’s Tuesday News Day and today we discuss big voice announcements from Microsoft/Nuance and Amazon to alleviate the clinician burden| 
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It’s Tuesday News Day and today we discuss Lyft, Microsoft, Google UI, Mount Sinai, ONC, and more.  New Top 10 Format.  Let me know if it works [email protected]

  • Google Health UI
  • 8 major CMS changes to take effect in 2020
  • Microsoft Aims To Upend The RPA (Robotic Process Automation) Market
  • Soon your doctor will be able to wirelessly track your health—even through walls
  • Apple Research app solicits volunteers for heart, hearing studies
  • U.S. Mayo Clinic partners with Abu Dhabi to operate hospital | Article [AMP] | Reuters
  • Lyft launches $2.50 rides to the grocery store in South, West Baltimore neighborhoods – Technical.ly Baltimore
  • US Mayo Clinic partners with Abu Dhabi to operate hospital – CNA
  • Mayo Clinic announces joint venture to operate ‘mega-hospital’ in United Arab Emirates | Star Tribune
  • Your Health Data Isn’t as Safe as You Think – WSJ
  • The 4 big ways Microsoft wants to change health care | Advisory Board Daily Briefing
  • Mount Sinai awarded $2M to build supercomputer for medical research | Information Management
  • How AI in the Exam Room Could Reduce Physician Burnout
  • Tools to help healthcare providers deliver better care
  • It’s Tuesday News Day and we dive deep on nightingale and talk Transparency, Nike Shoes, and Amazon Care Experience.  Hope you enjoy

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    Bill Russell recently served as the SVP and CIO of St. Joseph Health where he oversaw the health systems technology and information strategies. Prior to joining St. Joseph Bill provided leadership for several consulting practices including operating his own practice for six years.  Bill specializes in emerging technology and practices to advance organization and community objectives.  Bill holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Moravian College in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, and has completed executive education courses and health care IT leadership training at the Harvard School of Public Health in Cambridge, Massachusetts.